Monthly Archives: January 2012

Our 5 Favourite uses for Oilcloth that do not involve Sewing – No 4

Who doesn’t love IKEA ?

We are proud owners of several bookcases and always found them to be both practical and functional. We do think they can be a little bland though and that’s why this simple idea makes it on to our top 10.

There’s nothing hard about this one. We are using this in our office as a room divider and have access to half of the shelves in the front and half from behind

Our 5 Favourite uses for Oilcloth that do not involve Sewing – No 3

One of the first things we ever did with an off-cut of oilcloth fabric was to cover a notebook, which looked so good, that we have made a habit out of it. We love it and think it makes a nice change from “Contact”.

It’s also a handy way to decorate the kids school books

Instructions:

First identify what book you want to cover and make sure your off-cut is large enough to cover the outside.

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